Guidelines for Mission Admission at Delhi University

With the Indian education system, every student till class 12th rushes in a race to top the class or get good marks as well as to clear the entrance exam and make it to the merit list. Well, once you get into your college – the days of worrying so much about all of it finally slows, as the days to race against time begins! Race to learn and understand and get a hand on experience with the world. It is also the time to slow the things down as well as relax, build community and network. It drops you in the world allowing you to explore in and around your college, university campus and to make friends that would last a lifetime. You can grab a chance to get hold of the best experiences!

For all those who are already having a nervous breakdown, don’t worry. There’s still time! The admission in Delhi University has started and here’s the list of everything that you would want to know!



  • Applicants who are seeking admission to the programmes as offered by the University should have passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination i.e. Class XII of the Central Board of Secondary Education or any examination obtaining minimum marks as specified for each of the programmes.
  • No minimum age bar for admission to the undergraduate programmes as offered by the University.
  • The central university will have a common eligibility criteria for DU admissions 2018 for its constituent colleges except for St. Stephen’s College and Jesus & Mary College as they have been granted privileges of being minority colleges.


After qualifying in a cut-off list, you need to carry the following documents to the college –

  • Class X Board Examination Certificate
  • Class X – mark sheet
  • Class XII – mark sheet
  • Class XII Provisional Certificate / Original Certificate
  • At least two passport size self-attested photographs.
  • Character Certificate (recent)
  • If you fall under the category of SC / ST / PWD / Children of War Widows / Kashmiri Migrant certificate ( in the name of the candidate ) issued by the competent authority.
  • OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the Candidate) issued by competent authority (if you fall under any the category)
  • Transfer Certificate from school/college as well as the Migration Certificate from Board / University are required from those students who have passed a senior secondary exam from outside Delhi



  • Classes will start from July 20. Each college will have a different orientation date which will be stated on the website.
  • The candidates who are seeking an admission to undergraduate merit-based and entrance based programmes must apply through the process of online registration.
  • The candidates must without fail check the centralized Admission Web Portal along with the respective college website for cut-offs for different programmes.
  • In order to select the college or the programme, the applicants who meet the required cut-off should log in to the UG admission portal into their individual account and select the college/programme where the applicant wishes to take admission and meets the desired cut-off criterion.
  • To make the process smooth, the applicant must take a print out of the admission form along with the list of required documents/certificates and proceed to the respective college for verification of mark-sheet/certificates, calculation of cut-off percentage depending on the programme/course.
  • In order to avoid multiple admissions, the college will retain the certificates of the approved applicant. The certificates will remain with the colleges during the admission process. After this, the college will approve the admission on the UG admission portal. However, the colleges shall promptly return the documents in case of student withdraws/cancels the admission or student wishes to appear in counseling of any other university/ institute.
  • The registration fee for admission must be paid during the online registration process through any one of the payment modes available. The applicant will be required to log-on to the UG admission portal to make the online Admission Fee payment through the available online payment options. The registration process will be completed only after realization of the online registration fee. It should also be kept in mind that the fee is non-refundable.



With the all the work side-lined – the excitement of the transitioning and leap from school to college life cannot be denied. Here’s the checklist for all the fresher’s who already took the first step in joining Delhi University this year. Make sure you make best out of it. Life must be running at a greater pace but that doesn’t surely make the excitement for the end of an era and the beginning of another one.

  1. Choosing the best clubs and societies :


Getting on board and doing your favourite activity by joining a club or a society is something that would keep your balance. It’s not only showcasing your talent but also coming across things with wider perspective as well as meeting people with similar interest.

  1. Making the most of Cultural Fests :

With some of the best cultural fests experience, Delhi University has topped it to give the best of the experience. Grab in the chance to attend concerts by some of the famous singers, performers, and dance troupes. 

  1. Explore the famous and loved Hangout Joints :

Explore and enjoy the tales of the famous points in and around corners of Delhi University. The in campus or off-campus hangout joint which would surely be your out-stop joint with your friends. 

  1. Experience into true shopping trips with your friends :

Fulfill your shopping experience with your friends. Explore and get indulged into picking out your famous street market in Delhi including Janpath and Palika in Central Delhi. You can also visit Kamla Nagar market in North Delhi or Sarojini or Lajpat Nagar market in South. If you are in East Delhi, head to V3S Mall in Laxmi Nagar for the best of experience. 

  1. Bunk Classes :

What can be better than having a choice as to when to go for classes and when not to? Get hold of the numerous opportunities to bunk off from the classes and relive the glory of certain things you always wanted to do. Laze around in and out of the campus hiding from teachers ready to catch hold of you. Make sure to not go too much with the flow – have enough attendance to get yourself out of trouble at the end of the semester.

  1. Accommodation :

Finding the best place to live is as hard as satisfying your life. Even though you will have numerous options to put up; don’t get fooled. Don’t judge a book by its cover. But don’t be stupid enough to not look in the cover.



You can also go for a setup like co-living, which offers a perfect living space for young millennials with the guarantee of perfect setting tailored specifically to meet all the requirements of students. The best option near the campus is CoHo – that offers a perfect space with simplicity and flexibility in mind.


CoHo provides you with quality homes, community and hassle-free experience, so that you don't just exist but start living!

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